The summer of 2002 was a strange time in East London. A time before social media, before so many of the grassroots venues had been shut down. Suddenly, rock ‘n’ roll exploded out of its late-90s, post-Brit Pop doldrums. Everywhere, kids were forming bands.
Most of the groups that burst out of this chaotic, creative melee flamed briefly then faded away. Razorlight were different.
Formed around singer/guitarist Johnny Borrell, their debut album, ‘Up All Night’ perfectly captured the incendiary energy of the squat parties and sweatbox venues of that original East London scene. It also carried a couple of breakthrough, era defining hits, including ‘Golden Touch’ and ‘Somewhere Else’.
We ❤️ @BeckyHill Throwback to her incredible performance at this year’s festival. Hit after hit after hit. 📸: @Jake_Haseldine https://t.co/IrJRaIY1sG
30th September 2022
After blowing us away with his guest appearance at Splendour, we are delighted to see @Tom_Grennan announce a show at @nottinghamarena on Friday 17th March! Tickets go on sale 7th Oct, make sure you catch the ‘Little Bit Of Love’ singer again: https://t.co/8HwCMFok2i https://t.co/196uWw5fVF
28th September 2022